Historically the approximative
n-set of local cases can be derived from an adpositional phrase in which the postposition used to exhibit the same morphosyntactic properties as different local cases do, namely a lative (LOC+), locative (LOC=) and ablative (LOC-) one: *hepo-n loo-k 'to (beside of) a horse': *hepo-n loo-na 'at (beside of) a horse': *hepo-n loo-ta 'from (beside of) a horse .
Then, the optimization problem developed for a new iteration is solved with the new corrected approximative
Of course, one can propose the approximative
formula: f(x) [?
4f,g) are only a few wavelengths wide and approximative
methods can be used.
The illusion of orality results from the use of Spanish phrases and idioms, as well as of sentences formed with English words and approximative
More generally, terms of this kind can be helpful as long as the one using them is aware that they are approximative
abstractions, reifications of what is actually human and living.
Un deuxieme parcours possible serait un ecoulement en deux temps, soit d'abord du lac Mistassini vers le reservoir Pipmuacan en passant par le lac Peribonka, sur uno distance approximative
320-325 km selon une direction moyenne NO-SE a environ 135[degrees]; ce courant de glace pourrait avoir eu entre 140 a 150 km de largeur on moins; puis dans un deuxieme temps, un ecoulement NNO-SSE a environ 150[degrees], du reservoir Pipmuacan jusqu'au rivage des Escoumins.
Nous considerons que l'emploi de l'hebreu ou du yiddish par les Juifs du Canada est une mesure brute ou approximative
du maintien de leur identite en general.
In The Drowned and the Saved he speaks about "the gap that exists and grows wider every year between things as they were 'down there' and things as they are represented by the current imagination fed by approximative
books, films, and myths.
Elveback and Taylor  presented some statistical methodology of estimating percentiles and CIs, and they give an equation that corresponds to our approximative
It proposed an epistemology of the probable in which dogmatic formulas were recognized as secondary and merely approximative
forms of discourse.
Not only do the deictic, lexical, semantic, syntactic, and pragmatic criteria involved in such an analysis prove to be more precise and fruitful empirically speaking (especially in the explanation of word-by-word typological modulations) than the often-intuitive and approximative
use of point of view theories, but they also allow for a more unified approach to the problems of perspective, voice, and the typology of characters' speech than do the various structuralist models.